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February 24th, 2012, 10:51
I'd say that depends a lot on what you want to do with it.
what is it that doesn't satisfy you with the iPad that makes you want to look for an alternative?

A couple of months ago when I was looking into tablets I realized that Samsung Galaxy 10.1 was designed to look like an iPad and make you feel that you have an iPad in a price range similar to that of the iPad's. The only reasons I could think for getting that instead of the iPad would be really wanting flash and not wanting to support Apple because it's an big, evil corporation. But as it turns out I care very little about flash and I didn't see much point in not supporting one big, evil corporation by supporting another big, evil corporation.

I would therefore say that the best iPad alternative is a tablet that doesn't try to fool you into thinking that it's an iPad and tries to offer you what the iPad doesn't. So… Kindle Fire maybe?

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